It's still too early yet to know really, I only set this tank up on Friday . I've got the settings at 100% red, green, white, warm white and 75% blue, at 60% brightness for the time being.Nice looking tank.
How are you finding the Ecotech Radion? Its one lights I that I've not had chance to try yet - what settings do you have it on?
It's still too early yet to know really, I only set this tank up on Friday . I've got the settings at 100% red, green, white, warm white and 75% blue, at 60% brightness for the time being.
Yes, the spread is perfect.Thanks. I have the exact same tank as you - it looks from the image like it's giving good and pretty even coverage from the light - do you get quite a bit of shimmer from the light?
Yes, the spread is perfect.
You get shimmer, not a kessil kind of shimmer though (which I'm quite happy about). The colour rendition of that plants under it, is very good and red plants (you can't see them yet) are not washed out
Yes I'm very impressed with the colour so farYeah, that's one of the reasons I wanted to try to Radions, was the additional red and green LED's in the Gen 4. I really love the AI Prime's which are a similar tech (AI and Ecotech are part of the same group I believe), but the Radions have the additional green and red LED's versus the Prime. Your image in the OP appears to show a good amount of 'pop' in the greens, which I assume is the result of the additional green LED's.
What is the fan noise like? (sorry for all the 'light' questions - it's just rare to find someone using these Gen 4 lights).
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